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Vroom or bust: is Fast & Furious the ultimate franchise of our times?

The Observer 20 Jun 2021
Now, with cinemas reopening at last, the long-delayed Fast & Furious 9 seems to be the movie people are most excited about seeing on the big screen ... The last two instalments made less than a quarter of their box office in US cinemas (compared to more than 30% for most Hollywood blockbusters) ... Fast & Furious 9 is in UK cinemas from 25 June.
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From ‘credit-card movies’ to a billion-dollar franchise

The Irish Times 19 Jun 2021
This was still (just about) a golden period for American indie cinema ... Now Lin is being tasked with saving cinema ... But we make these movies so that everyone can go to the cinemas – with their family or friends – to cheer and laugh together with a bunch of strangers. That is what I love about cinema ... A classic of west African cinema.
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What's on? 10 top TV and streaming tips for Saturday

RTE 19 Jun 2021
Vernon Kay hosts the game show, with two contestants pairing up with Mel B and Michelle Visage to try to win big money by uncovering the secret talents of a range of mystery performers ... The Comeback Trail, Sky Cinema & NOW TV. Screen legends Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones and Morgan Freeman team up in this Sky Cinema Original comedy.
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These are not our names. These are not our stories. These are not our gods.

Mail Guardian South Africa 18 Jun 2021
Through a harrowingly beautiful piece of abstract cinema, the viewer watches as nine men dressed in kanzus relinquish their identities ... With a single banknote, he convinces them to continue the battle and, when only one man is left standing, the overseer hands him the note before sending him west and taking the money back.
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How to short AMC shares

Moneyweek 18 Jun 2021
The group operates 1,000 cinemas across the world ... The other company that has recently become a meme stock is US cinema chain AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE ... Given that AMC makes its money from operating 1,000 cinemas across the world, mainly in the United States and Europe, it is no surprise that the company’s shares have bounced.
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Aissa Djouamaa on revitalizing the North African movie scene

Arab News 18 Jun 2021
When he was rejected by the School of Dramatic Arts in Algiers due to his unsatisfactory baccalaureate grades, he decided to study biology for four years, but his passion for cinema did not fade. So, in 2007 he took the decision to join the Tunis School of Arts and Cinema ... Djouamaa hopes to see Algerian cinema rise again.
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KCN Chandru pulled off big feats in Kannada filmsHe stepped into his father’s shoes to ...

Deccan Herald 18 Jun 2021
While serving as the president of Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC), Chandrashekar looked to bring in a new kind of narrative to Kannada cinema, says Kasaravalli ... He even supported the book ‘Kannada Chalanachitra Itihasa’ (History of Kannada Cinema), which got embroiled in controversy later. So Gowda and his sons were not just money makers.
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Elia Suleiman: ‘Palestine has become globalised’

The Irish Times 16 Jun 2021
“But he makes funny films ... Every woman I know has been harassed Four new films to see this week, including Conjuring 3 in cinemas It Must Be Heaven - trailer ... You know ... “Not one Arab Palestinian took any money from the fund,” recalls Suleiman ... it all comes back to money and profits.”. It Must Be Heaven is in cinemas and on digital from June 18th . .
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‘A Quiet Place Part II’ tops, ‘The Father’ opens sixth at UK-Ireland box office on sunny weekend

Screen Daily 14 Jun 2021
Disney’s continued to take money on its third weekend in cinemas, holding the third spot with a 43% drop to £733,000 for £5.9m total. It was released on Disney+ at the same time as in cinemas in the territory, on May 28 ... With multiple horror franchise titles in cinemas, added £40,348 and has £1.5m after four weekends.
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'Dasavatharam' clocks 13 years; Kamal Haasan says film was 'masterclass' for himHaasan believes in some ...

Deccan Herald 14 Jun 2021
There were many masters to teach and learn from and cinema was the ultimate master and very forgiving when we failed in some parts, definitely more forgiving than the audience who made it a hit ... "We wanted to make a masterpiece and we didn't look at money or fame, just our contribution to the art of cinema ... Assembly Elections 2021 ... Kamal Haasan ....
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Dasavatharam clocks 13 years, Kamal Haasan says he learnt 'democracy during the making of this film'

Hindustan Times 14 Jun 2021
Asin played the female lead in the film ... There were many masters to teach and learn from and cinema was the ultimate master and very forgiving when we failed in some parts, definitely more forgiving than the audience who made it a hit ... "We wanted to make a masterpiece and we didn't look at money or fame, just our contribution to the art of cinema.
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The latest movie releases: Mandabi; Wish Dragon; Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt); Skater Girl

The Times/The Sunday Times 13 Jun 2021
A significant film in the history of African cinema, this Senegalese drama tells of a jobless man (Makhouredia Gueye) who receives a generous money order from a ...
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Dasavatharam turns 13: Kamal Haasan shares never-revealed-before secrets

The Times of India 13 Jun 2021
We wanted to make a masterpiece and we didn't look at money or fame , just our contribution to the art of cinema ... There were many masters to teach and learn from and cinema was the ultimate master and very forgiving when we failed in some parts, definitely more forgiving than the audience who made it a hit .
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7 Famous Movie Scenes That Only Existed To Save Money

What Culture 12 Jun 2021
Money is the lifeblood of cinema ... In fact, there are iconic movie scenes that only made the grade for this reason. 7 ... Hearts were in mouths when Jurassic Park's intense jeep chase sequence first played in cinemas around the world, but this dino-tastic set piece was only included because a famous scene from the book was deemed too expensive to adapt.
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‘Government creates environment, can’t run film industry’

Dawn 12 Jun 2021
KARACHI ... Narrating a story, he told the audience that Gen Musharraf telephoned film-maker Shoaib Mansoor and urged him to make a film with the tagline ‘revival of cinema’ ... The film was released in 25 cinema halls. The senator argued that money was the number one problem as far as the growth of the industry goes ... In Japan there are 3,600 cinemas ... .
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